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Viva Dental, Richardson

4.99(311)
722 W Spring Valley Rd Richardson, TX 750806.2 mi

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I always have a great visit with my kids and as soon as I was able to I come to the dentist I did

Preston Bend Dental

4.9(354)
7600 San Jacinto Pl Plano, TX 750247.1 mi

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Nysa Dental

4.8(49)
14725 Lebanon Rd Frisco, TX 750357.7 mi

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Frisco Pediatric Dentistry

4.9(95)
5525 Independence Pkwy Frisco, TX 750357.7 mi

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Loftus Family Dentistry

15850 Dallas Pkwy Dallas, TX 752488.0 mi

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Dallas Dental Group

5.0(130)
15123 Prestonwood Blvd Dallas, TX 752488.0 mi

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Addison Dental Group

4.9(102)
5080 Spectrum Dr Addison, TX 750018.5 mi

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Westgrove Dental Care

3012 E Hebron Pkwy Carrollton, TX 750109.1 mi

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Frisco Dentistry For Kids

4.7(29)
8380 Warren Pkwy Frisco, TX 750349.1 mi

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Dentistry In Frisco

4944 Preston Rd Frisco, TX 750349.2 mi

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Oak Dental Frisco

4.9(166)
6311 Hillcrest Rd Frisco, TX 750359.2 mi

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Preston Hollow Dental Care

11661 Preston Rd Dallas, TX 752309.9 mi

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Dr. Vakil, Shelly, and the rest of the staff were kind, knowledgeable, thorough, and overall just pleasant to be around! Scheduling an appointment was simple via Solv (Solv handled confirming my appointment and making sure they accepted my insurance!). Great experience end to end!

Legacy Smiles

4.9(102)
2500 Legacy Dr Frisco, TX 750349.9 mi

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All About Kids Dentistry

4.3(29)
12300 Inwood Rd Dallas, TX 7524410.0 mi

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Stonebridge Dental

6633 Eldorado Pkwy McKinney, TX 7507010.6 mi

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JS Family Dental

7785 Eldorado Pkwy McKinney, TX 7507010.7 mi

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Amazing! I have been driving over an hour an pass numerous other dental offices to be seen at this one. The dentist and the atmosphere she has created is second to none.The hygienist that cleaned my teeth today was amazing. I will definitely be requesting her from here on out. Dentist is always amazing and easy to talk to. The office manager is great and always willing to accommodate my crazy schedule and always willing to help out in any ways she’s able to. Definitely worth it!

Custer Star Dental Group

3.8(54)
15950 Eldorado Pkwy Frisco, TX 7503510.9 mi

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Luminous Dental Studio

5.0(50)
10710 Eldorado Pkwy Frisco, TX 7503511.9 mi

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East Lake Dental

718 N Buckner Blvd Dallas, TX 7521812.0 mi

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one of the best !

Ideal Dental Of Frisco

5110 Main St Frisco, TX 7503412.4 mi

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    Treatment & Services

    Dentists help patients maintain their oral health and treat issues involving the teeth, gums, and jaw. One of the most common reasons for seeing a dentist is to have a teeth cleaning and exam, which patients should undergo twice a year. During this exam, a dentist will thoroughly clean your teeth and check your mouth for any developing issues. They may also take X-rays of your mouth to see if there are any problems with decay in crevices they can’t see with the naked eye.

    Dentists also fill cavities, perform root canals, pull teeth, and place implants, crowns, or bridges. Many people also go to the dentist for cosmetic services, such as teeth whitening or veneers, which improve the appearance of the mouth. Prices for these services can vary greatly depending on the area; many dentists offer specials for new patients, so you may want to shop around before committing to a particular practice.

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    Insurance & Cost

    Dental insurance is an option that many people have bundled with their health insurance. If you have dental insurance, it probably follows the 100-80-50 coverage format. This means you’ll get 100 percent coverage for routine preventative care (such as your annual cleaning twice a year), 80 percent coverage for necessary dental procedures (such as fillings or root canals), and 50 percent coverage for aesthetic or major dental procedures (such as crowns or multiple tooth extractions).

    For dental insurance that’s offered through an employee or group policy, the average yearly premium is between $228 to $384. Buying dental insurance separately means you’ll pay an average yearly premium of $350. This can save a lot of out of pocket costs for dental care, as the American Dental Association (ADA) estimates that the average American spent $544 on dental care in 2013. Costs for dental care when you’re uninsured can add up quickly, as the ADA estimates that teeth cleanings cost $85, X-rays cost $124, and fillings cost $149. If you need a porcelain crown, this can really break the bank, as they cost an average of $1,000.

    References:
    www.bankrate.com
    www.moneyunder30.com

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    Appointments

    The best way to see a dentist is to make an appointment with their office, which you can easily do by using Solv. Solv helps you make a same-day dentist appointment online, eliminating the hassle and letting you get seen by the doctor faster. If you just need a routine cleaning, the visit shouldn’t take long. In fact, the average cleaning lasts between 30 minutes to an hour.

    Other procedures, such as root canals or fillings, may take longer but still shouldn’t exceed more than two hours. Most dentists start booking appointments months in advance, as patients often schedule their semi-annual cleanings at the previous visit. A Dentist will have openings for dental emergencies, such as a toothache or chipped tooth. Typically, a dental office is open normal business hours Monday through Friday, although, some dentists may stay open later during the week or on Saturday to cater to those with busy lifestyles.